Crisp, refreshing, clean, and extremely drinkable. Just the way the style was intended when it originated in Cologne, Germany at the Sunner Brewery in 1906.
Working Man's Porter
An English Style Dark Ale brewed in the tradition of England's Industrial Revolution, an age of rough-handed factory workers...
Hop Slinger IPA
Bold and bitter, fruity and fresh! We searched around the world to bring you the best hops on the market for this juicy, aromatic IPA.
Miles & Miles
Brewed with malted oats, unmalted wheat, our house English Pale malt, and enough American Hops to make you stand and say the pledge of allegiance.
This NE IPA is piney and resinous with a citrus-sweet aroma.
Perfectly crushable for the long hikes along the Granite Trail.
Seasonal Wet Hopped Kolsch Style Ale hopped with fresh Triumph Hops from The Hop Yard in Gorham, Maine.
Double the booze, double the hops, double the aroma, well… not really, but definitely double the fun?
A bigger, hoppier version of our beloved Red Scooter IPA.
Everybody's favorite un-pumpkin beer. Double Brown Ale with local Maple Syrup. Because pumpkins are for porches.
Calling all Cosmonauts and Space Cowboys! This DIPA is hazier than Halley's Comet and is carrying a massive payload of Galaxy and Vic Secret. Fortunately for you, it doesn't have to be drank from a pouch.
Hugs From ....
Double IPA for all the huggable people in your life. Brewed using Galaxy and Mosaic hops.
Inspired by the New Hampshire disc golf community. Dry hopped with Amarillo, Mandarina Bavaria and El Dorado, look for notes of orange blossom and clementines.
Seek out the modifiers. The ones putting their mark on tradition. The ones looking to improve, improvise and Retrofit. We modified the traditional Pilsner style with some modern Australian Hops giving bright tropical aromas to this clean, crisp, and classic style.
Malty and mild, just like we like 'em. This beer is brewed every year to raise awareness for the growing group of hikers who simultaneously hike all 48 four-thousand footers in NH and raise the American flag at noon, to honor first responders affected by 9/11.
A portion of the proceeds of this beer are donated to the FealGood Foundation.
Even if they triple dog dare you, don't stick your tongue to a frozen pole. Trust us. Instead, treat your taste buds to Footy Pajamas. It has notes of dark fruit, brown sugar, and warming spices that could almost stand-in for dessert, almost.
Yo, this beer is straight O.G. with estery notes of banana and clove. This beer will bring you back to slap bracelets and music videos on T.V.
Pull up your stirrups, grab your spikes and oil up that glove, baseball is back! Don’t be an L7 weenie, grab a can of Squints and get ready to celebrate another season of America’s pastime with our Pale Lager. This easy drinking brew goes great with sunny days, peanuts and crackerjacks.
As the weather warms and the days get longer, our palates shift from big, robust winter warmers to the brighter, lighter spring beers. We dry hop this sour ale for notes of juicy, tropical fruit that adds complexity to its lemony tart essence.
Inspired by your trail buddy, we've created the perfect Summer Ale. Inspired by English Pale Ales and using hops from The Hop Yard in Maine.
Our seasonal fest beer. Brewed for the most wonderful time of the year!
Russian Imperial Stout aged on house-toasted maple wood cured with American whiskey from Flag Hill in Lee, NH
This dry hopped Kellerpils is brewed with malted oats, unmalted wheat and our house English Pale Malt. Crisp, refreshing, clean and extremely drinkable.
Brewed with a blend of gourmet coffee beans from Union Coffee Roasters in Milford, NH. We took everything you loved about The Roast and kicked it up a notch.
It's a special type of person that goes into a combat zone with the intent of saving lives instead of taking them, but thats the job of any Dustoff crew. This beer is for the hard working men and women providing Medevac in the face of certain danger. A portion of the proceeds of this beer are donated directly to the New Hampshire Veterans Home in Tilton, NH.
This spring lager is sure to please with notes of toasted bread, floral hops, apple blossom with slight warming from the alcohol
Keep New Hampshire Brewing
State-wide collaboration IPA using local malt from Maine Malt House, Cascade and Hallertau Blanc hops from Crosby Farms.
This New England Barleywine is brewed using grain from Morrill Farm near Concord, NH; malted by Valley Malt in Massachusetts; and the entirety of its hops from the Hop Yard in Gorham, ME. The result is distinctly a New England twist on a classic English style.
Vienna lagers were among the first pale lagers thanks to a little innovation and a lot of corporate espionage. Both bready and crisp, they paved the way for the most popular lager styles.
We brewed this stout with a blend of gourmet coffee beans roasted just for us by Concord's White Mountain Coffee Roasters.
As comforting as the smell of a camp fire with the drinkability to back it up. Experience a different side of craft beer.
Our hoppy farmhouse ale blends new world hops with an old-world style yeast.
Inspired by the classic motorcycles featured in the Primer Moto Show, we brewed this pale ale with classic Amarillo and Cascade hops to bring out that timeless balance of citrus and pine.
Belgian-style quadruple ale aged on house-toasted cherrywood cured with white rum from Flag Hill Distillery in Lee, NH
Sour Red Ale aged on white oak, red wine barrel staves, from Flag Hill Winery in Lee, NH
Rustic, Belgian-style golden ale brewed with barley, rye, oats, wheat, and spelt.
All That Jazz
This beer is as simple or complex as you want to make it. Its balance of nuanced notes reminds us of jazz music. We think more beer should be All That Jazz.